Compton, Calif. - Sophomore Gregory Filer III pulled down a pair of picks, including a 60-yard return, but the Compton football team (0-9, 0-5) fell to Glendale (1-7, 1-3), 21-13, on Saturday evening.
Freshman back Josh Campbell counted the first score for the Tartars on a one-yard rush in the second quarter to cut the Vaqueros' lead to one possession at the 14-7 mark. Sophomore Harold Johnson earned the other touchdown for the Tartars on a 22-yard pass sophomore Da'jon Dinkins in the third.
Leading the defense with eight solo tackles, freshman Tyler Cotton also tallied a tackle for loss, while freshman Ualeni Pahulu earned the two sacks for the team for a total of 10 yards. Sophomore Samuel Shirley posted the other interception for the team, returning it for six yards, while also adding a fumble recovery.
The Tartars have a bye week before the season finale at LA Southwest on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.